of the european union because our continent, with 500 million citizens, is not the strongest part of the world. we are still a strong continent, but in the long run in competition with other parts of the world, we need a united europe and not a divided europe, and there -- therefore, i would like to see the uk as a full- fledged member of the union, but if they want to stay in the union, this is a decision of the european trip -- of the british people. in my opinion, because of the advantages and disadvantages of membership, you would see that the majority are in favor of membership. therefore, i feel david cameron is playing a politically -- a domestic political game. in reality, he is speaking to the right wing of his party. >> the last british prime minister to cause these high levels of stress in brussels was, of course, margaret thatcher. do you see david cameron as a new version of margaret thatcher?